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Officer, Jason Van Dyke And Eddie Johnson discussed on Mark Levin
"Chicago police forces fired for police officers for covering up officer Jason van dyke's twenty fourteen fatal shooting of teenager look Kwan McDonald Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson in twenty sixteen accused the officers of either giving or proving knowingly false statements in an effort to have the shooting deemed justified none of the four were charged criminally however they were stripped of police powers and assigned to desk duty as their case proceeded vandyke was convicted of murder in October he's serving a more than six year prison
"jason van dyke" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Government program for unnecessary services. He's pleaded not guilty. He's been jailed since his arrest in two thousand sixteen to others involved. Have pleaded guilty as former spaces out lengthy prison term, if convicted Illinois attorney general wants the state supreme court to order a new sentence for the white Chicago police officer who fatally shot black teen Lequan McDonald attorney general Kwami row and state's attorney Joseph McMahon asked on Monday for a court order that would send Jason van dykes case back to the trial judge for a new sentence. That is a rare move for prosecutors. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason Van Dyke for the murder and aggravated battery of Liqun McDonald. To order a new sentencing hearing, not casting aspersions on on the judge. A question is whether the sentence was consistent with the laws of the state of Illinois. And it is our belief that the sentence was not this is a question of law, and it's an interest of Justice that the lobby followed no matter who the defendant can no matter who the victim is in a particular case. And that that is not a political question. That is a question of law. What's important to remember in? This case is that for so many different reasons there are really important issues that came forward not just in the trial of this case. But during the sentencing of this case, those issues would have come out whether it was during the appellate process, whether it was during the post conviction process, which could have come whether or not an appeal was filed immediately or not. But ultimately, it was to make sure that the law was followed in all aspects and this step by the attorney general, and I this morning is our effort to make sure that the law is applied equally to this case like it has been to every other case. Now, the judge sentenced Van Dyke in January two six years and nine months, of course, that court filing sets a motion legal battle in motion. That could ultimately result in the court, forcing.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In place. It'll be several weeks before a more permanent fix can be installed. The Illinois attorney, general and Kane county state's attorney filed a petition with the Illinois supreme court to review the sentence of former Chicago cop Jason Van Dyke. Van Dyke was sentenced to six years and nine months in prison for fatally shooting Liqun McDonald in two thousand fourteen attorney general Kwami Raoul explaining the petitions note about the length of the sentence. But rather for the way, the judge folded the aggravated battery charges under the second degree murder charge. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason Van Dyke for the murder and aggravated battery of lukewarm McDonnell and to order a new sentencing hearing, if the Illinois supreme court takes up the petition Van Dyke attorneys will have a week to submit an objection all fifty early voting sites. Opening up today across your car. Go ahead of the February twenty six the election today. Early voting at the super loop sites been low, but Marisol Hernandez chairwoman with. The Chicago Board of elections. Commissioners expects that to pick up by next week as more people settle on which of the fourteen candidates. They're voting for historic Lee when we haven't had an incumbent mayor running. We have had a higher turned out. Of course, the highest turnout was when nine thousand nine hundred eighty three when mayor Washington ran if no candidate receives more than fifty percent of the votes, there will be a runoff election between the two candidates who received the most votes, and that'll be April second another government shutdown has been avoided at least for the time being negotiators on both sides of congress reaching an agreement in principle tonight to fund the US government and keep it open. Three people familiar with the deal. Tell the Associated Press the accord would provide one point three seven five billion dollars to build fifty five miles of new border barriers along the border. The US shares with Mexico. It's well below the five point seven billion the president had asked for to build over two hundred miles. Wall along that stretch. Tonight's deal now heads to the president's desk. He'll have to sign it before the deadline, which is midnight. Friday, Denver mayor Michael Hancock says the teachers who were on strike there deserve better pay in a series of tweets today. Hancock offered quote all the resources at his disposal to help teachers and school administrators. Come to an agreement to end a walkout, which started this morning. He said city, libraries and recreation centers are offering programs for kids whose parents decide to keep them out of schools, including snacks and meals if needed and farmland once owned by ABRAHAM LINCOLN is heading to auction. It's thirty acres part of a five hundred ninety acre farm owned by Ron best. He's retired and selling the farmer downstate. Charleston liquid originally bought the rich from his father Thomas in eighteen forty one six of those acres eventually became part of the Lincoln log cabin historic site. Where Thomas Lincoln lived with his second wife, Sarah, a working living history farm as part of that site day,.
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"Over attorney General Raul filed a petition to the state supreme court challenging Jason Van Dyke sentence of less than seven years in prison on second degree murder in the two thousand fourteen killing of drug burglary suspect, lukewarm
Illinois attorney general challenges Van Dyke murder sentence
"The case against a Chicago. Police officer convicted in the shooting death of teenager may not be over attorney general Rahul filed a petition to the state supreme court challenging Jason Van Dyke sentence of less than seven years in prison on second degree murder in the twenty fourteen killing of drug burglary suspect, lukewarm McDonald rather than his convictions on sixteen counts of aggravated battery with a firearm. The defense wanted probation the lost clear and the jets the law. Van Dyke to say remark. Vandyke attorney Jennifer Blake calling the latest move nothing. More than
Illinois attorney general asks court to order new sentence for Chicago officer convicted in Laquan McDonald's death
"Attorney general and Illinois is asking the court to order a new sentence for the white Chicago police officer convicted in the death of look McDonald, a black teen. Prosecutors say officer Jason van dykes seven year prison sentence for second degree murder is too lenient. DA had originally asked for eighteen. Into twenty years while the defense sought
"jason van dyke" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Listening to keep hope alive with the Reverend Jesse Jackson on power one. Oh, five one. Let's talk about the eighty one months that were given to Jason Van Dyke. His killer for sixteen shots sixteen shots. Some people were worried that he was even going to get probation. And what about the acquittals the conspiracy to cover all of this up by his three fellow police? Officers wonderful is off force to to go right back to you. Let charity Lightfoot. She is the expert here Reverend Jackson. Good morning. Attorney Laura Lightfoot is the us observe on this case former president of Chicago police board. And lower the several things one the judge himself. Eight. M one rifle into his next door neighbor's house to call the police he again at twice hit the police random stairs would not come down until they call the priest. You won't freeze now judge. Be shouldn't have accused himself be. Because as it does paint on both sides, remind me of Trump saying some good guys been declared some bench, hasn't it? Then you have the case of the three. Lying avila. Officers who didn't see what the so they walked free. Then this guy gets six Ben is six years and the killer, Heather. Diet. Eight.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Took on the crime Bill which was proposed by Bill Clinton. And voted on by some of our black congressional leaders say and Biden, another constructed members of the black caucus attacking me for leading marches on that. And we wouldn't back down. Just like I wouldn't back down on central park. Five fifteen years was to prove that was right. You got to remain steadfast. If you're going to take a position like I'm still with Eric garner, and Tamir rice, and and all of those families seeking Justice and the Van Dyke case in Chicago, I think is atrocious. I understand that the Illinois state attorney general's office saying they're looking into it. I don't know what that means. Let me go to brother hall in Chicago WBO in sixteen ninety on your Dow the home of the governor cliff Kelly run hall. What does this mean would the if anything with the state attorney general the same? Well, let me tell you what it actually means. He was just newly elected appointed AG mean that he's going against the grain Algo regular party. And we appreciate that. I've I want to commend him for stepping up to the plate to say that he had not a launch inquiry on the process of the Jason Van Dyke. And for your listening audience. That's the police who shot young man who had graduated from high school on his way to college sixteen side, six sixteen shots and elected officials that help them cover it all including apple P. So we a dash dash Cam camera video showing him being shot from behind. Absolutely. Video to after the Merrill election. Little mill the election, and we say day, we speaking not just the mayor the mayor, but we have multiple elected officials that all knew about that tape grab the big deal here. And why is that a big deal here because we have a lot of apathy community light. Now in terms of the get out the vote. I I was listening to you all talk about the get out the vote. We it means something we show up. Well, we had showed up with as I've always said politics are local, and we need to send a message on what happened with the Van Dyke piece. I was in the courtroom, and I saw the arrogance not only the judge, but the arrogance of the police department itself right special, the judge even gave special invitations wide in different ones. Kasit in certain seats to share with coming to them to say. Oh, you are you a special guests about all the judge, you know, the type of they have no respect for us. So at this point, we all to do the same thing here for these elected officials. That's one we want to know what's in it for black folk. Well, black folks that's clear to me. And you know, just because I'm Paul doesn't mean I'm anti. So.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to sixty nine months. He was like he was a Chicago police officer killed seventeen year old. Lukewarm McDonald in two thousand fourteen shot him sixteen times. And he seems a little unnecessary. Yeah. Toland necessary. I my thinking is he probably just ran out his magazine. Otherwise, he would have kept going. That's a lot of shots that he could be out in as little as three years in the reason his his sentence includes time served. Oh, she's been waiting trial for a little bit. Yeah. He's been waiting travel a little bit McDonald's. Great. Uncle pastor Marvin Marvin hunter, but still he was still only sense like six ish years, right? Eight years nine months. Yeah. So I mean, that's by no means a hefty sentence. Fez, murdering murder. Yeah. So McDonald's a great uncle. He was the victim. Pastor Marvin hunter spoke immediately after leaving the courtroom, quote, I've been told time and time again that the citizenry of the county of cook is not going to be satisfied with the sentence. This anything south of twenty years. Hunter said, quote, However, I want to say to everyone everyone in the city of Chicago and across this country that if they'd sends him to one minute it is a victory is a victory because what has happened in this courtroom. Today has never happened in the history of this county, and it sets a precedent sends a strong message to unjust police officers that now you can and will go to jail if you're caught lying if you're caught breaking probably not though. Can't possibly not. I mean, this has been going Chicago's had corrupt cops since Chicago's Venice city. You're more likely to go to prison, if you're the governor of the state of Illinois, then you are a cop in Chicago. Oh that is so true. That is so true. There's more than what three years there's like at least three governors. Yeah. Illinois have gone to prison. Oh my goodness. Yeah. They they just keep. Well, he keep getting caught. That's the thing. Sure. You have to you have to not get caught if you're going to be a successful criminal. Well, unless you're a cop in which case if you get caught most of the time you get through my life. That's all they have to say that's get out of jail free card. Right. Doesn't matter. You know, what was happening all they say is I feared for my life, and then they can just blast away, and, you know, have virtual with no impunity. And it's it's terrible. It's terrifying. I appreciate these people's optimism. I really do. But I don't think this is I don't think this one conviction is going to open the floodgates it. Probably isn't going to be wrong about that. I mean, I'd love to have a bunch of corrupt cops in Chicago get brought up on criminal charges because number one that doesn't happen. Most of the time first of all in order to get convicted. You gotta have a charge brought, but in a lot of the cases they do their own investigation of whatever the situation was the police investigate themselves. And then they say everything looks fine. We check. Yes. I Blitzer happened in this case, I do remember a little bit of this like almost a year after the shootings they released. The dash Cam video nothing happened at this point. But there was so much outrage about it that a special prosecutor had to be brought in the dash Cam video that created the outrage. Yes. Okay. Because nobody knew what happened before that. Because all we had was the cops word can't trust that exactly so desk in video comes out special prosecutor comes in and actually filed charges unusual that on let alone the fact that the conviction happened, that's certainly unusual. But that happens on that already happened on top of something else. That's unusual which the filing of the chargers itself. Usually they just give the cop a paid or an unpaid vacation while they investigate the thing. Then they bring him back on most of the time. Sometimes if things get real sticky forum, if it looks bad they might ask him. To resign, which of course, usually protects his pension or protects his ability to go and get another job with another police department rather than if they fire and for so there's all these like slimy ways that they have to kind of just deal internally with bad behaving cops. That's the way it goes. So you have to get them charged in the first place, which almost never happens, then you have to have the conviction which again almost never happens because still even with all the police corruption that we've seen out there. They don't put somebody on a jury who's going to answer the quick because remember there's the VAR dear process where they select the jurors, and they ask them certain questions, and if one of the questions that they ask is well, are you biased against police officers? If anybody says yes to that that question. Yeah. Goodbye done gonna sit on that jury. So the kind of people that get picked for juries are the sort of milk toast standard. They got a career. They got John go to sort of people who have never heard any of this. I don't know that I don't know that there's endemic corruption in in law enforcement who have never heard any of this. You don't know the history believe cops. Yes, that's the huge. That's the worst problem here. So if you get the so in this case, you actually had a jury that was willing to disbelieve a police officer believe there is in the case of the video which I haven't seen. It sounds horrible. Was it was, but you know, and they actually did the right thing. And now the judge sentencing him give him an easy sentence. I don't know if it's in your story. But I heard somebody tell me that the judge made some kind of statement about how it can be tough for a police officer behind bars. And that was part of the reason why he gave the Senate I did not see that in this story. But I haven't I haven't actually read the whole thing. There are a lot of statements in here from from various, let's go to the phones. Here we got Larry listening in Indiana to WWF out of Evansville. Go ahead. Larry. Yes, sir. The renowned calling is is well, I let me let me agree with you. That officer that committed that murder. Should have been. To life. Risen should've been. Twenty thirty forty years. Whatever. That was an officer committed a crime. Should've been more severely not to fan. But I knew I wanted to dress up you said earlier that we're talking about terrorism. And then then you're talking about police, and you made the blanket statement, I think you said that's what they are the government..
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"And their families for the past four weeks. There hasn't been any direct talks between Trump and the democratic leadership since he walked out of a meeting more than two weeks ago. Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for the shooting death of seventeen year old Liqun McDonald his sentencing following a day long hearing, including the Reverend Martin Marvin Hutter McDonald's gray uncle addressing the hearing as his the seventeen year old. Why should this person who has ended my life forever? Because he chose to become judge jewelry and execution. And has never asked for forgiveness be free when I'm dead. Van Dyke was convicted last year of second degree murder. This is AP radio news. A funeral held for a twenty two year old rookie California police office. You only Ray Cyrus provided the music at Natalie Coronas funeral home. She's a light in this world that won't be forgotten. Corona was on the job for only a few weeks. She was shot and killed responding to a crash was not only well trained and well versed as
McDonald relative calls sentence partial victory
"Washington, a white former Chicago police officer will serve time behind bars for the shooting of a young black man six years ago case forced changes at the police department and reverberated across the country. Great uncle of a man shot and killed by Chicago police officer says it's a partial victory. That the now former officer has been sentenced to prison Jason Van Dyke. Got a prison term of almost seven years yesterday. The Reverend Marvin hunter says the sentence sends a strong message to other police officers that they can and will go to jail if they're caught lying or
"jason van dyke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Prison, and he truly felt great Dan Harvard has Van Dyke attorney, you know, he's certainly not happy about going to jail not happy about missing his family. But he's happy about the prospect of life ahead of them. It was not a decision that activist and McDonald's family it hope for Marvin hunter has McDonald's. Great uncle this sentence. Reduced lukewarm. Mcdonald's light to a second class citizen. And it suggests that there are no laws on the books for a black man that a white man is bound to the crux of this case was a dash Cam video it contradicted police. Sports. That's at McDonald's attacked police and instead showed him walking away knife in hand from officers who were following him. And ensuing firestorm. Prompted the dismissal of the city's police superintendent and a federal investigation, William Calloway and activists who took legal steps to force the release of the video have won it Van Dyke to serve a much longer sentence. Eighty one month in the Illinois department of corrections. That's a slap in the face to us in a slap on the wrist to him at the hearing witnesses offered to portrait's Jason Van Dyke Edward Nance almost weeping recounted allege brutal treatment at the hands of Van Dyke during a traffic stop. Can I can? Did you tell the defendant that you were the S and P? Yes. Did he respond? Nance.
Ex-Chicago policeman sentenced to nearly seven years in black teen's death
"A former Chicago police officer will serve about six years in prison for second degree murder of black teenager Jason Van Dyke found guilty for killing seventeen year old Lequan McDonald in two thousand fourteen the prosecution had asked for a sentence of eighteen to twenty years. Instead, the judge decided to sentence Van Dyke Eighty-one months Van Dyke also must admit to two years a mandatory supervised release after he
Ex-Chicago officer gets nearly 7 years in Laquan McDonald shooting
"Thousand fourteen ABC's Ryan burrow in Chicago. Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke could have been sentenced to up to ninety six years behind bars. But instead got Eighty-one months his attorney, Dan Herbert saying his client after he truly felt great meeting. He was not just relieved. He he was he was happy. But activists William Callaway saying after the sentence. We don't agree with the judge's ruling at all he deserves to spend the rest of his life Meeham, boss. Mcdonald's. Great uncle not happy with the sentence. But says the guilty verdicts sets a precedent. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago, she's twenty three years old and a vegetative state and somehow became pregnant the young woman's mother is now
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jason Van Dyke in the shooting death of and now we could call it a second degree murder based on the sentence. It's very complicated way. I think it's gone too. Judicious job of explaining how he came to this decision. And why the aggravated battery charges that there were sixteen count for sixteen counts of aggravated battery here, which each count would carry a six year minimum term. He's taking those outage rolling them into a second degree murder charge. Which means that this now allows him to chart to to to sentence based not on the. The mandatory sentencing for aggravated battery. It's kind of a complicated. Legal jump rope that he just went through, but he did it. And so it's seven and three quarter years is what Jason Van Dyke gets now. He one months and because it's secondary murder. Stacey Sinclair from the Tribune is reporting a law requires them to serve fifty percent. So he could only serve fifty percent of that seven years in the aggravated battery he'd have to serve the entire six years. So this actually could get him out in just over three and a half years. And then there's a two year mandatory two years supervised release. Yeah. The defense was breathing a sigh of relief when he chose to mention the second degree murder was the route. He was going. All right..
Chicago officer to learn fate in Laquan McDonald shooting
"The shutdown a former Chicago police officer convicted in the twenty fourteen shooting death of seventeen year old. Lukewarm McDonald is scheduled to be sentenced today. Jason Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October. Dash Cam video from a police cruiser showed Van Dyke opened fire as knife-wielding teen moved away from him three. Other Chicago officers were found not guilty yesterday of trying to cover
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On Sunday of seventeen right now here it's twenty eight midway thirty one thirty two and Gary twenty nine at Chicago's lakefront the Windsor northeast. Ten the barometer steady. I'm Steve Bertrand in the WGN radio newsroom. These are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN thinking big thoughts. So you don't have to. Here's John Williams. Hate to start you on a lie. It's Jon Hansen here today on your Friday afternoon in a busy one of that. We're tracking that snow. We're getting some pictures to ninety one seventy two hundred the snowfall in a lot of places. Now, I saw some snowflakes just a few moments ago here downtown looks like they're gonna see it light flurries downtown on our way to ten inches, obviously. Keep track of the Jason Van Dyke sense into sentencing trial as well. I asked Lance Northgate. He's gonna stick around from GW see as well. What I want to get right to the phone line. Eric Eric Cuban there all morning long for WGN news, Eric can you hear me? Hi can Erica. Yeah. It's been an emotional day of testimony. I just wanted to get some of your thoughts. I it's been watching on the feed I've almost become over overcome with the motion. I mean, there's been some really personal testimony. What is your reaction been to it inside the courtroom is the tension is palpable as it seems on television. It actually is in this case. I mean, there was no question about it that it was a very emotional first half of the sentencing hearing, I probably some of the most emotional testimony came from forty nine year old Edward Nance who from about the moment, he stepped onto the witness stand was in tears almost shaking because of his experience. He said he was pulled over by Jason thank dyke several years ago said several surgeries because of the pain that he was he during in a lot of rest, basically with Jason Fane dyke with his shoulder surgeries. He didn't even wanna look at Jason Van Dyke when the prosecution asked him to point him out in the in the courtroom, and of course, right before we went to break there. We heard from Lou quantum McDonald's. Great uncle who who has been speaking. Tweets the public here as trial has moved forward. Kind of the family spokesperson if you will. And he read a statement of victim impact statement push. She would it as if it was being written by Liu McDonald's. It was his words. But he he wrote it in the first person as if he was look one McDonald's McDonald's, and she said that Jason Van Dyke murdered him. And that he should not go free. When he no longer has a life, which is very very emotional. And that is what the prosecution ended discourse in the sentencing hearing with a very powerful. And of course, the the first witness that they brought in was another person that had been pulled over by Jason Van Dyke several years ago, you said during a traffic stop Jason Van Dyke walk up to the car put a gun to his head and also use the N works in that exchange. Change on a traffic. Stop. That's what they opened with their close with the McDonald's. Great uncle on the stand saying that Jason Van Dyke really robbed the teenager of his life. Eric, I don't know if you've gotten a chance to look over at Jason Van Dyke at all the cameras that we see our only pointed at what's happening on the stand or or what the lawyers are arguing have you gotten any sense from body language or anything what might be going through his head. Obviously, you don't want to speculate. But can you give any sense of the feeling in the courthouse is certainly on the side of the defense table. He looks like he has to out this trial. Just a very stoic. Look a tastefully. He'll maybe say a few words to his attorneys is taking no to some of the witnesses are speaking. But for the most part, she just kind of looks down and doesn't have any real facial expressions at all on his face, regardless of what is being said. I mean, he is paying attention. You can tell that because he is taking notes. However, you can't see anything even try to really read what's going on to its mind because he just no facial expressions whatsoever. At one point one of the witnesses, actually when he was asked to identify Jason Van Dyke. He pointed over to the defense table, and he kind of smiled and he said, well he's wearing the right it's higher. And that of course, meeting that he was in department of corrections. I uniform and Jason Van Dyke did look up at that point. But didn't make any facial expressions toward the witness in really has remained store to out this trial. Now, the sentencing hearing as well, Eric, obviously, if you gotta go, you gotta go I understand. But I just wanted to ask do we have any sense is was lukewarm. Mcdonald's a great uncle the last witness. They're going to bring to have any sense if the prosecution has done and we're ready to get the defense. Witnesses next. The prosecution is done that was their last witness. They didn't enter a few other victim impact statements into the record. But they weren't read into the record. So now, we'll be the defense is turn. There's a good chance that we will hear from Jason van Dyke's wife at least one of his daughters. Both are in the courtroom today. There's a good chance that we may also hear from his father who's been by his side throughout this entire trial. And then we will hear from Jason Van Dyke himself. You will be given the opportunity to make a statement before the judge does hand down his sentence in this case. Now, what we've been told them what we heard from the defense is that their presentation will likely go about an hour. That was a ballpark figure that they gave the judge. So could go a little longer obviously could go a little shorter. But we are looking at another hour once we get back from lunch here about fifteen to twenty minutes. Eric, I know one of the I mean, the defense has a difficult role. They obviously want to when you've got witnesses on the stand who are emotional. You never wanna discredit that emotion. But you're also trying to poke holes or or cause a the judge to maybe doubt some of their testimony. Have they been effective at that? Or does it seem like at least it seemed like reminded that it is a struggle for attorneys to thread that needle. Yeah. I would say it's very hard to tell. I mean, I think one of the lines of questioning that Dan Herbert Van Dyke attorney has really gone after has been to say, well, your memory was better than than it is now is that. Right. And of course, everybody's memory was better when the incident actually happened, then, you know, in some cases up to ten years later, that's one line of questioning that he's going after the other is presenting them with the complaint that they filed at that time and asking them to go ahead and take a look at those complaints. And in some cases, there were differing facts as far as what they told the investigating officers at that time, and what they were testifying cheap today whether or not that defective or not that obviously is going to be up to the judge. I mean, some line of questioning just sitting in the audience and listening to the experience you understood what Herbert was trying to do was to try and make it look like he's getting to. Stories out of these out of these people, but. Yeah. The judge is obviously going to have to take a look at that statement. And what was said in court today under oath mind, you and decide what is more credible? Eric, you're doing great work there. We really appreciate it. Let's get back to it Eric run and obviously call on. And if you got anything else for us, okay? You gotta John absolutely. Before we go to the break. I just want to Lance from GW north got any quick reaction to that. I think one thing is thirty nine needle as an attorney. That's got to be a difficult job. I imagine that. I thought maybe they'd go at some of these witnesses a little bit harder. Because it's the judge that you're you're playing to your playing to jury that might be more susceptible to this idea of emotion, and overcoming that? I I don't know if you've got to watch any of the testimony firsthand. Did you see that difficulty playing out? I did. And Dan Herbert's, a very aggressive attorneys very capable, and he still has that prosecutors style in terms of his presentation in court. So I think part of this is also even though it's not a jury. You're also reading a judge and he's in the unenviable position now of having to ask for mercy for his client in. So even though it's a judge. You don't wanna be overbearing with a witness that the judge may base have sympathy for in want to treat with respect. And so you're not going to beat up and crossing. Examined in you know, fearsome way that we're all accustomed to and watching TV that kind of a witness you can make your point in there were a couple in. In fact, there was one moment in particular where he had confronted him. With a prior statement that suggested that it was van dykes partner in that Van Dyke that was the subject of the complaint ten years ago that can be very effective you make your point in you get out get out. Yeah. Exactly Lansing and ask you to stick around a little longer. We're going to take a quick commercial break here on seven twenty WGN. Chicago.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Judge determined the state hadn't proved beyond a reasonable doubt. The officers were guilty community leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty is to say the Jason Van Dyke is not the defense attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to twenty years in prison for that conviction. He's sentencing is set for Friday hopefully, tomorrow with at the center of the trial of vandyke. We'll see what happens. I'm Andy rose reporting trinity metros Tex rail open last week, and in just two days had over eleven thousand riders beyond our expectations were very very pleased with the people who came out and gave it a try trinity metro CEO. Paul Ballard says he was pleased to see commuters going to work taking day trips. To visit family and traveling to the airport expects this of Tex rail to continue and bring economic impact to the area. Well, a lunar eclipse and a super moon all wrapped into one. It's coming to a sky near you on Sunday, the moon earth and sun will line up this weekend for the only total lunar eclipse this year and next at the same time, the moon will be ever so closer to the earth and appear slightly bigger and brighter than usual. That's known as the super moon is helping start Sunday night or early Monday, of course, depending on your location. The whole thing will take about three hours meteorologist Brad Barton's says we're gonna get a good view here in Texas because the skies will be clear begins with a partial phase around nine thirty four Texas time. That's when the earth's shadow will begin to nip at the moon totality when the earth's Seto completely blankets. The men will ask sixty two minutes beginning at ten forty one Texas time on Sunday, sell you'll get that treat coming up on. L I F, well, the Fort Worth livestock show and rodeo is getting underway in Fort Worth. We're going to check in with Shannon Weaver coming up at eight forty and then are the videos from that ring doorbell that everyone seems to have is it wrongly accusing people of doing nefarious things that they're not actually doing Robin Geschke has a first hand report coming up but first right now traffic.
Judge to sentence ex-Chicago policeman for 2014 shooting of teen
"Fox news. A judge in Chicago has rejected allegations that the shocking video of teenager Liquan. Mcdonald's death proved that police officers staged a cover up in the fatal shooting of the black teen clearing three officers of cover up charges. Now, another judge must decide how long the officer who pulled the trigger will spend behind bars officer Jason Van Dyke was convicted in October of second degree murder. He likely will be sentenced to prison for at least several years, the senators meted
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WJR 760
"No speech, no plane. I'm Elliot Francis. Through Chicago police officers have been acquitted of conspiring to protect officer Jason Van Dyke in the two thousand fourteen killing of Macron McDonald correspondent Andy rose reports. Unity leaders are outraged by the verdict to say that these men are not guilty. As to say the Jason Van Dyke is not get the defense. Attorney for March says Justice was served for his clients. And the officers should never have been charged in the first place. Three innocent men had been put through hell, whatever you think about Jason Van Dyke. These three men were innocent from day. One Van Dyke was found guilty of second degree murder in October and is facing up to twenty years in prison for that conviction. He's sentencing is set for Friday hopefully, tomorrow with at the trial of Van Dyke. We'll see what happens. I'm Andy rose report dot com reports that President Trump directed its former attorney Michael Cohen of congress about efforts to Bill. All the Trump Tower in Moscow reporters, accurate, some say, it indicates the president was trying to obstruct Justice. A President Trump has denying house speaker Pelosi, the use of a military aircraft to meet with NATO officials in Brussels. This after Pelosi urged the president to postpone his state of the union address. Correspondent Barbara Starr is doing here is making a a political partisan case as he says in his letter, I think he sucked calls it a public relations event in his words. He's making that partisan political case again, he's not saying that the military air is not available for them. He's not saying the aircraft aren't available. He's not even saying the Turks not worthwhile, given her position and her responsibilities. He's calling it a public relations event a former legislature legislator who said she had an affair with Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman justified him testified against him at trial Thursday. I'm Elliot Francis. Oh, hey, hey, did you hear my friends company was the victim of an Email impersonation attack?.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Look at this case, there is a ruling as I said, the judge will rule on the fate of offices in the cover up the alleged cover-up of Liqun McDonald's shooting by police in Chicago and associate judge Stevenson said he will rule on the hot button case on January seventeen two days later. Then the deadline. She lasts that she did not give an explanation for the rescheduling. The judge also postponed a decision until January seventeenth on the request of local media outlets for access to trial exhibits. The prosecutors seek eighteen year sentence for Jason Van Dyke in the murder of Luqun McDonald to give us the inside on this. Let's go live line, Kimberly. Guoan? Going of Chicago. She's cargo based attorney activist and host and commentator in Chicago -ffiliated station WBO in sixteen ninety AM home of the governor cliff Kelly, Kimberly, tell us what's going to happen tomorrow. And what's going to happen in the sentencing that we expect on the actual shooter was convicted Jason Van Dyke. Good afternoon. Reverend Al first of all happy new years. The first time I got to speak to you this year. True for having me on. So we are looking at two landmark cases, and we will begin as you requested with Jason Van Dyke. He is the Chicago police officer that was convicted of second degree murder. Sixteen counts of aggravated battery. And that hearing is that sentencing will take place on Friday now as you mentioned the special prosecutor that was brought in out of change. You know, it was a long process Eighty-one prosecuted. He was brought in out of change as she in a very last. Ditch move is asking for he actually never really requested amount of time. Let's just say that, but she has set forth a process that would give Jason Van Dyke only eighteen years in jail. You know that the city right now people in the city are very upset at the idea of Jason Van Dyke who murdered Liqun McDonald's. Sixteen shots. Didn't offer any medical help that she could only get eight years in jail now Jason Van Dyke sturdy, but defense attorney is requesting probation because the second degree murder charge Kerry at a minimum probation. But. The judge decides that he wants to give him more time. He could give him as much as ninety six years in jail, which would be several several years for each one of those sixteen chance they're all over the place. We don't know exactly what going to happen. But I don't know how this stadium will react the activists the community will react if Jason Van Dyke just gets a slap on the wrist. And there's a lot of talk about what will happen in. How people will feel in the. So the judge can do them concurrent can do the.
Trial begins for cops accused of lying about teen's death
"Given today in the trial of three Chicago police officers that prosecutors say violated public trust by trying to cover up for Jason Van Dyke. The officer who has been convicted for murder in the shooting death of quantum McDonald are Nick gale with more attorneys, presented opening statements in the trial of David March Joseph Walsh Thomas Gaffney who are charged with felony conspiracy misconduct in obstruction of Justice. Prosecutors say they falsified reports to protect Jason Van Dyke but marches attorney James McKay says his client was doing his job taking statements, not making statements. Dave March is not a judge in a jury. He cannot critique. The substance what he's being told he's over horror. Ports. What the witness told him? He doesn't believe it. He's duty-bound to write down what that witness told him. The three officers have opted for a bench trial. Van Dyke is still awaiting
Trump threatens General Motors subsidies over plant closures
"Rather than white supremacist groups in a letter to the FBI among others, Nadler said lawmakers would look into the causes of racial and religious violence FBI. Data shows hate crimes rose seventeen percent. Last year at antisemitic attacks jumped thirty seven percent, Alison keys CBS news, Washington a trials begun for one current and two former Chicago officers accused of a cover up in a fatal police shooting special. Prosecutor Patricia Brown homes told the judge that David March Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney violated the public's trust the night officer Jason Van Dyke shot and killed seventeen year old Lequan Dotto. She says they began lying, right. After McDonald was shot down to what is wrong on paper. Versus one is shown on the three are charged with conspiracy misconduct and obstruction of Justice after they allegedly falsified their reports to protect Ben dyke. That's
"jason van dyke" Discussed on 1A
"They never really gave their condolences and everybody that tried to come to us on behalf of Jason Van Dyke. They came to us asking us, could we forgive Jason Van Dyke? And I want the world to know that you can't just go around for giving people who number one didn't think they done anything wrong and who never to never ask for forgiveness. Jason Van Dyke has never asked this family for forgiveness period at all. Patrick. I wonder what the conversation has been like in Chicago after the verdict. What the response has been. I have to say, personally, I was surprised to hear Reverend hunter, put some distance between forgiveness and Jason Van Dyke, especially based on what Christian theology says about forgiveness, but I also understand like he lost a loved one. How are Chicagoans talking about this, particularly in terms of being able to move forward or even forgive? Well, I think I haven't heard from a lot. People who who are willing are interested in forgiving officer, Van Dyke. I, I mean, I think it depends on who you're talking to. There are many in Chicago who don't believe that officer Van Dyke needs to be forgiven. Who think that he was putting a tough situation and did what he was forced to do even after the verdict, they believe that and there are many others who are who are glad about this verdict and and believe that this is Justice being done. I agree with you about, you know, the Christian beliefs in forgiveness. However, as as revenue hunters said right there, you know officer Van Dyke has maintained that he did nothing wrong. Obviously, there are legal reasons for that the why he would maintain that, but but it is hard to forgive someone who is not admitting admitting fault or asking for forgiveness. But no, I, I have heard the Chicagoans that I've talked to who believe that officer Van Dyke you know, was guilty. They are. They are gratified by this verdict, and they believe that him spending a long time in prison. I would be Justice, Aaron rights. When you read how the Chicago. Police union responded to this conviction. I'd say that there's not much hope for real reform. They believe the conviction was wrong. Evidently, it's okay for the police to murder someone in the course of doing their job. Richard wrote an our inbox. My nephew is a police officer who told me that they have a saying better to be tried by twelve, then be carried by six presumably meeting that it's better to deal with the criminal Justice system than to be shot on the job, Neil Franklin. I have to pause and just a minute, but could you speak to this idea of the mentality of officers in this this cone of silence. I mean, there are officers who want crushed rooted out. There's also the police union which has to speak in the larger sense of protect every single officer who is a dues paying member..
White Chicago cop convicted of murder in shooting of black teen
"In a trial. That has gripped Chicago for days white police officer Jason Van Dyke convicted for murder and aggravated battery in the shooting death of a black teenager Kwan McDonald's in two thousand fourteen McDonald went down under a hail of sixteen bullets as he was walking away from police. He was carrying a knife. Mcdonald's. Uncle Reverend Martin hunter is on trial people all over the world. I've been waiting to see what was going to
Chicago cop guilty of second-degree murder in Laquan McDonald death
"Oh, six Chicago. Police officer convicted of second degree murder in a racially charged killing there. That was the sound outside of Chicago courthouse after a jury convicted white Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke of second degree murder in the twenty fourteen shooting a black teenager, Liquan McDonald Van Dyke was charged with first degree murder in the Tober 2014 killing a charge that requires a finding that the shooting was unnecessary. And unreasonable McDonald was carrying a knife when Van Dyke fired sixteen shots into the seventeen year old as he walked away from police second-degree murder usually carries a sentence of
Jason Van Dyke, Chicago and Officer discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Process. A Chicago jury convicts white police officer Jason Van Dyke of second degree murder in the shooting death of black teenager look one MacDonald for years ago McDonald shot sixteen times. Then dyke taken into custody just minutes after the verdict. He's the First Chicago officer to be
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jason. In this climate with this case, I told Jason Van Dyke. You just went into a heavyweight boxing match against Mike Tyson. Hands tied behind your back. You're still standing you're still standing. What they're saying to him there. I think Pat is that he's not gonna spend the rest of his life in prison. Right. Hopefully, something we haven't talked about yet is he mentioned also in that speech that there's gonna be a lengthy appeals process here, and that they have a lot of legal options. What what would you imagine? What happened? I'm not sure what the actual issues on appeal. Imagine the venue is going to be the big one. They're probably the standard issues that they raise including ineffective assistance. But the difference though is there's no bond pending appeal. He's in other lawyers do that ineffective assistance who can't charge yourself and an effective assistance. That would be the team not to make a ton of sense. But it's frequently an argument made if the appellate low they raise it fits your lawyer with your lawyer was bad. It's frequently it's rarely one. But there are standard kind of issues that raise but the change of venue might be the big one. But it seemed like, and I didn't watch all that. But it seemed like a fairly clean trial. Not a lot of Wroclaw's calls on. And I may be wrong on that. But I I don't know what the issue. The big issue is. Have you ever been accused of being an ineffective at a lot of things? That's right. That's right. Radio commentary. So in fact, ineffective she had to call in. Yeah, we're happy. She did. All right. We'll get to your three year to anyone. But I feel that it was going on on the roadways travel times are starting to recover. Inbound travel time's still a bit heavy though, the Kennedy is fifty five minutes O'Hare to downtown outbound trip is just forty minutes in on the Eisenhower ahead of the JT concert at the United Center is just Timberlake, by the way, we were. One of the other things Mr. Brady is ineffective of is understanding popular culture's every referring to that is exactly okay headed that way. Know exactly who I'm talking about. Okay. Justin Timberlake, previously from in sync. Yet. Do you know who Incas is you you have to know who in is Bob? Yeah. That's when you plug your laptop into your. Yeah. Exactly. Inbound side of the Eisenhower is fifty two minutes. Three ninety to the old post office. Thirty eight minutes outbound for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm Violeta podrumedic in WGN. Traffic central..
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"So. We are pleased that Jason Van Dyke and his family they have their life back. We're looking at very dire circumstances. So that being said. Although I think that there's some really good things for Jason Van Dyke compared to what he's looking at. It really is kind of a sad day for law enforcement because. We've all heard about the Ferguson effect. And I can only imagine that if. Police officers think that they can never fire against somebody that is acting the way the climate Donald said when they're twelve feet away from. I think that what we are going to have is going to become security guards. There will not be police officer getting out of a car to confront somebody. And maybe that's what everyone wants. I don't know. We'll have to see how it plays out. But with that. I wanna take actually depress. You guys have been really good Dustin. Let us do our jobs. So other than that. Thanks, guys. Kevin next weekend. Jason and his family. This is Daniel Herbert Jason Van Dyke attorney they have their life back. So they were looking at this was a death sentence. So. There's a sense of relief. There really is. You know, it's an emotional moment with him and his family, and all I can say is that guy is toughest man I've ever met my life for him to go through what he's gone through. I I've told them throughout this case, I'm so proud of them. And I am humbled by the strength of that man had because I think that ninety nine point nine percent of anyone else that was in that situation with a crumbled, and he didn't do that. He took on he took on the press. He took on politicians. He took on community groups, he took on state government to state governments the federal government, and guess what? He's on. So he's a tough, man. Professional heat. He knew me knew the stakes here. He knew the climate. We're certainly going to revisit the issue of the change in venue. But we knew coming into it with a Cook County venue in this case with the Cook County jury there was not a chance in the world. We were going to come away with the complete not guilty for for all the reasons that I expressed in our motions it's simply impossible for a juror to go back to their neighborhood. And be the one to say, yes, I found him not guilty of everything. So we knew coming in. This was going to be guilty on something not a surprise to us at the end of the day. Yeah. We believe that we we put on a break case and more proud of that. But we also recognize that. We have to put on a great case not necessarily to exonerate, but to get them off this ridiculous charge. I remember myself two more questions guys. This is Daniel Herbert. He is the attorney for Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke found guilty of second degree murder and sixteen counts of aggravated battery in the shooting death of Lochlann McDonald. Joe Walsh completely exonerated Jason Van Dyke. So we are going to look this verdict. And and see what our options are. But we firmly believe that Joe Walsh in addition to the other evidence, but that was completely exonerating. So. Minimum on a bag bat. The sixteen counts it's the same as if he were convicted on one count. It would be six thirty in the second degree. They can't sentence for second degree and at bats that are going to have to make a decision on that. And then finally with the official conduct. We we see that as a as an inconsistent verdict. If if Jason Van Dyke was found guilty of not. Of knock committing official misconduct, which is conduct which is in violation of the law. We don't think that the two verdicts can stand next to each other. So I told Jason has I told his family. You know, we have we have a lot of legal challenges ahead of us. And I think that were relieved that we're not looking at a death sentence. But we we know that we can get this even better and perhaps throw everything out. So I'll take one more question, and I'll wrap it up. Lamb in all. It wasn't. It's about what was going on everywhere else. I think anyone that. The city and familiar with the criminal court system in Cook County knows beyond any doubt that he was an absolute sacrificial lamb. He was sacrificed by his leaders by political leaders by our supposed- community leaders, and it was all for one reason to save themselves in sacrifice Jason Van Dyke. So we said that from day one and nothing has changed since and I just hope that has no ill effects on this guy with Daniel. Herbert. He is the.
Jury deliberates fate of Chicago cop in Laquan McDonald's death
"Throughout and Chicago police are bracing for a verdict in the murder trial of Chicago cop putting four thousand extra police officers on the street, and they're on twelve hour shift and days off canceled. When the video was first released of officer Jason Van Dyke shooting black T teenager, Liquan McDonald, sixteen times as McDonald walked away from him with a knife. What prompted widespread protests and sometimes violent clashes between demonstrators and police the jury now has the case and after five hours of deliberating today, they stopped there being sequestered. Protesters are already
White officer takes stand in murder trial over black teen
"Right Chicago police officer charged with murdering a black teenager chose to testify in his own defense officer Jason Van Dyke said the Quan McDonald had threatened him with a knife. And that the shooting was in. Self defense. What happened when he started? What happened with McDonald's started? Eventually he fell to the ground. Did he ever dropped that night? No.
Officer charged in Laquan McDonald death takes stand
"The Chicago police officer charged with the two thousand fourteen killing of seventeen year old the quantum McDonald's. Takes the stand in his own defense. Officer Jason Van Dyke says he arrived on the scene in as police SUV and found McDonald holding a three inch knife. And emotional Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke told the jury what he saw and why he shot seventeen year old Liqun McDonald on that lactobacillus almost four years ago, the space it, no expression. His eyes were just bugging out of his head. He had just huge. White is just staring right through me defense counsel. Randy Rupert walked him through what happened next as yawn. Adam dropped the knife.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"From the Jason Van Dyke murder trial. Ed Cronin is Jason Van Dyke pastor, and he's been regularly attending the trial sitting with a nun and getting a police escort to and from the courtroom. He has said he regularly prays with Van Dyke and media attention appears to have caused some to make threatening phone calls to the rectory. It's unclear what's been said. But it's enough for police to watch the church and school around the clock and for additional measures, the principal, send a note home to parents saying there's no more outside recess and kids are allowed in as soon as they arrive, Mike Krause, her NewsRadio on one point nine FM cardinal blaze sue pitches, walking back comments. He made about the church's priest sex abuse scandal fell the cardinal's comments at the TV interview seemed to minimize the abuse crisis. He said the church and the pope have a bigger agenda than just. The abuse issue. When asked about charges made by former papal nuncio Carlo Maria Vigano writing the Tribune super said he used a poor choice of words and apologized for the offense caused by his comments Suba chatty. What he should have said is that nothing is more important for the church than protecting young people. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM high school administrator in Washington DC's been placed on leave after she was caught on tape mocking a student who claimed have been the victim of a sexual attack. The case involves the girl who says she was assaulted at a school restroom last year, the audio difficult here. Bridgeable equivalent James is heard talking about calling police and riding long drawn out Email to embarrass the girl saying, I'm sick and tired of her and her mom, you should see the dress. She's got on. This is a bunch of bull. The Washington Post says the mother cell phone recorded those remarks after she left a meeting with the principal James is on leave. And there's an investigation into how she handled the whole incident. Peter King CBS news, south suburban police have uncovered and shut down a narcotics operation Orland park. Police say a recent drug investigation that started in their village lead to possible drug sales coming from an apartment on one hundred and forty six to Knox in mid Lowthian. Police say that a search of the home Wednesday uncovered nearly a pound of marijuana small amount of ecstasy and twenty two jars of suspected DM psychedelic drugs in a bedroom of the home Orland park. Police say detectives found a clandestine lab where the T was made twenty old Jacob Nelson was arrested on four felony counts. Bond was set at twenty five thousand dollars Bernie voyage NewsRadio on one. Oh, five.
"jason van dyke" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Leaders are concerned about the aftermath of a verdict today. Opening statements are set to start today in the trial of a Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke that officers charged with murder in the deadly shooting of a black teenager their Liqun McDonald back in two thousand fourteen judge Vincent gone will swear in the full jury, which is made up of eight women and four men also expected to rule today on whether or not to move the trial out of Cook County. In the meantime, community and faith leaders are preparing for what could happen at Van Dyke walks free. While a strategy is a boycott of downtown businesses, some leaders acknowledged that the fringe extreme groups going for an eye for an eye approach could make these Chicago situation a powder keg. So opening statements in that McQueen. Mcdonald killing case start today in some community leaders, very very concerned about the aftermath of verdict, and they very well should be state of Wyoming tracking down and killing grizzlies that are believed to be the ones that killed a man over the weekend. More from FOX's Ken Duffy Wyoming's game. And fish department says they trapped and killed two grizzly bears that match the description of the same to that likely Malda hunting outfitter and his clients this past Saturday Thirty-seven-year-old Mark obtains body was found in the Teton wilderness. Just east of grand Teton national park his clients. Corey Thuban survived with chest, leg and arm injuries. The two are trying to retrieve an elk that Thuban killed when they were attacked by female bear enter grown cub. The attack remains under investigation canes. Offi Fox News..
"jason van dyke" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Can just watch this man, Jason Van Dyke pump six, teen bullets one after another. You can see the dead body of seventeen year old Donald laying on the ground jerky with each new shots, smoke rising up out of the body. You can see before the shooting that he was walking away away from the police officer in question Jason, Van Dyke Rahm Emanuel and his state's attorney Alvarez delayed the release. They did everything they could to stop the release of that incredibly provocative video. They ended up there was a. Sort of needs, robe, researcher reporter and civil rights activists in Chicago enforce its release Alvarez, lost her job. As I recall, Chicago police Commissioner lost his job Emanuele's upper middle ratings to the big hit and people thought about him being a one term there. Four years later in this guy has the audacity to plead not guilty. You know, you can look right at the tape to a murder charge. These guys practically always always get off. I mean, what is it about the they're banding about, you know, nine ninety eight cops when they shoot young black people. What makes this case particularly sort of remarkable is, is that video that's out there for everybody to see and just the incredible open savagery of the killing in Chicago Tribune allowed Jason Van Dyke to even attempt to try and sort of pollute the jury pool and gaslight the jury pool and sort of helping urge amnesia amongst the jury pool in the in the public. By giving them a nice little interview in which he tearfully claimed that the, you know, the last thing ever wanna do issue, you're done, you try and do you try and avoid you and you're gonna anytime you Kansas something you don't want to do the job. And his wife says that is has been filmed on the local media station saying that we're just petrified. We're just petrified that he's going to spend the right there was life in jail. You know, I say, well, you know, say sixteen times to say, sixty petrified six times. And of course, all of this behavior by Jason Van Dyke the one truth in his guilty plea. The one thing that actually sorta resonates with through is when he said I was doing, I was trained and as I was socialized by Chicago police department, and there's about two things in the Obama administration. They did that I did. I would give some praise to one of the nuclear deal. And the other one is the Justice department investigations. They were fairly decent Ferguson finish when at the very end of the Obama administration just walking out the door, but it's a decent report. On the police department that was forced by the uproar over the Quan. Donald shooting here in Chicago documents. To some extent tan dyke is kinda right. I mean, there's just there's just a long history of idiots, racist trigger-happy shootings in Chicago, as you know, the cities if the ticker -ly kick bad. But I just want to remind you that in two thousand seven and two thousand eleven the US intelligence community as they call themselves, concluded that Iran had no nuclear projects, no nuclear program. So even Obama's Iran deal was based on a US live, but back to Chicago, during the preliminary investigation of a look on McDonald's killing by Jason Van Dyke, a host of his no officers backed up his lying testimony with lies of their own, but they were not fired and mass. Oh yeah. Well, that's your standard operating procedure. You know, that's the blue coat and I imagine that's operative across air city, Boston Detroit and everywhere else. Yeah, that's that's definitely how they do it. And it was mostly like towards all, like just going completely nuts. Actually. A black middle class neighborhood called Auburn Gresham. They thought they had some teenager in the backyard somewhere, and you can just see eighteen job sweeping in its jumping into people's yards guns drawn. I mean, I think it's the wild west or something. It's just mad know one of white people that actually have gone into sort of monitored. Police behavior should used to do that in urban league job, and it really is just as Sonning there's just like three or four black guys, kids converging on a street corner and talking to each other, thereby triggering violation of gang ordinance, and you just see these types just right up on and just repent of their cars and put him up against senses..